Debugging Resident Set Size growth
chris.burroughs at gmail.com
Fri Apr 15 11:52:11 PDT 2011
Thanks you for your suggestions. I didn't think to use pmap before.
On 04/13/2011 09:55 PM, Y. S. Ramakrishna wrote:
> Can you use pmap -x to see where and what the growth is in?
Individual calls to pmap as of right now. Will look into measuring
changes over time.
> Did you look at the GC logs or at the Java heap with jmap or jconsole?
I don't see GC large looking pauses dangerous looking GC pressure, or
running close to max heap size from logs or jconsole.
> In summary, without more detaiol, I do not see that there is
> necessarily a problem here to solve (although i do sympathise
> with the Linux OOM killer, I am sure it will not step in
> just because your RSS is 2 GB for a program that you seek
> to give 1.5 GB of java heap; how much RAM does your machine
Box has 4 GB of RAM, 2 GB swap. There is another .5 gig java (tomcat)
As requested I'll move further discussion here:
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